|提及的人：||James E Campbell; James E Campbell; Nelson Mandela; Betty Shabazz; Malcolm X|
James E Campbell
|注意：||These materials are housed at the Avery Research Center, located at 125 Bull Street in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Please contact AveryResearchCenter@cofc.edu for more information.|
|描述：||10.0 linear feet (20 archival boxes)|
This collection includes correspondence, writings, photographs, and other material documenting the personal, professional, and ideological interests of James E. Campbell. Correspondence includes letters written by Campbell to Betty Shabazz, letters from the Malcolm X Commemoration Committee, and professional correspondence relating to Campbell's involvement with the Charleston branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the South Carolina Algebra Project. Photographs include images of an Audubon Ballroom Rally attended by Malcolm X and Ella Lee-Little Collins, images of Nelson Mandela's 1990 visit to New York, and personal photographs. Professional materials chiefly relate to Campbell's career as an educator and school administrator in New York; his association with the Organization of Afro-American Unity's Liberation School; documentation of his tenure as an English teacher in Tanzania; and civic involvement related to educational issues in Charleston, South Carolina. A large portion of this series consists of printed material relating to the South Carolina Algebra Project, including transition curriculums and budgets; organizational materials, photographs, and a scrapbook related to Nelson Mandela's visit to New York in 1990; and pedagogical materials. Also included is material related to James E. Campbell's political and social activism. Subject files include interview transcripts of Malcolm X and printed material relating to Jesse Jackson, South Africa, Central America, and the Caribbean. Publications and clippings include international, national, and local newsletters, publications, newspaper, and magazine clippings assembled by James E. Campbell. Newspaper and magazine clippings are heavily represented, a large portion of which relate to the life, death and legacy of Malcolm X. Other topics include education in South Carolina and the United States; South African political and social issues, including apartheid; African American art, culture, and history; child welfare; economics and business; civil rights; and various issues in national and international politics. The collection also includes drafts of Campbell's poetry and other writings.
- Campbell, James E., -- 1925-
- Campbell, James E., -- 1925- -- Manuscripts.
- Mandela, Nelson, -- 1918-2013 -- Travel -- United States.
- Shabazz, Betty -- Correspondence.
- X, Malcolm, -- 1925-1965.
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. -- Charleston Branch (Charleston, S.C.)
- Organization of Afro-American Unity.
- African Americans -- History -- Study and teaching.
- African American civil rights workers.
- African American educators -- United States -- 20th century.
- African American political activists -- United States -- 20th century.
- African American school principals -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century.
- African American social reformers -- United States -- 20th century.
- African American teachers -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century.
- African American teachers -- Tanzania -- 20th century.
- Algebra -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- South Carolina.
- Apartheid -- South Africa.
- Blacks -- History -- Study and teaching.
- Civil rights movements -- United States.
- Civil rights workers -- United States.
- Education -- Study and teaching.
- Education -- South Carolina -- Charleston.
- Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- South Carolina.
- Political activists -- United States -- 20th century.
- School improvement programs -- South Carolina.
- School principals -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century.
- Social reformers -- United States -- 20th century.
- Teachers -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century.
- Teachers -- Tanzania -- 20th century.
- South Africa -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
- South Africa -- Race relations -- 20th century.
- South Africa -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
- United States -- Race relations -- 20th century.